About Adele B. Lynn
|Since 1982, Adele has served as the founder and owner of The Adele Lynn Leadership Group (formerly Lynn Learning Labs), an international consulting and training firm whose clients include many Fortune 500 names. Her business in North America focuses on helping organizations forge trusting relationships and improve productivity and quality through improvements in emotional intelligence and workplace trust. Her work on emotional intelligence is offered through strategic partners throughout Latin America, India, and Europe.|
Adele is the author of 6 books published in 9 languages. Her book, In Search of Honor, Lessons From Workers on How to Build Trust has been critically acclaimed by several sources including the Dallas Morning News who calls it “a little gem of a book.” She has authored for HarvardBusiness.org. She has also authored a CD ROM, video and participant’s book, Mentoring: Passing on the Torch that won the 1998 Athena Award for Excellence in Mentoring. Her books for trainers and coaches are 50 Activities for Developing Emotional Intelligence in Leaders, which has consistently been a best seller in training and development publications and The Emotional Intelligence Activity Book, which has received international acclaim and has been published in five languages. She also has developed a training and certification program for trainers and coaches titled A Different Kind of Smart - Applying Emotional Intelligence at Work™. Publisher’s Weekly praised Adele’s newest book, The EQ Interview, as “Well-written and thorough, this book will be helpful to anyone looking to make better hiring decisions.”
Adele lectures at numerous colleges and universities throughout the United States. She is also a frequent guest on radio talk shows and TV shows throughout the United States and Canada. She is a member of the National Speakers Association.
Her clients include organizations such as: Boeing, USAA, Johnson and Johnson, Sysco, Fiserv, Westinghouse, University of Cincinnati, Inova, St. Luke’s Health System, Electro-Glass Manufacturing, Bechtel Bettis, Corning, Inc., The Washington Group, West Virginia University Hospital, High Mark Blue Cross Blue Shield of Pa, Illinois, Arkansas and Texas, Doctor’s Eyecare Network, Federal Reserve Bank, Bank One, KeyBank, Wachovia, Federal Home Loan Bank, International Center for Creativity, 53rd Bank, UPMC, Honeywell, McDonald Investments, American Society of Quality, Association of Quality and Participation, Oncology Nurses Society, Virginia Beach City Public Schools.
Amacom has published Adele’s book, The EQ Difference in January of 2005. In January of 2007, Amacom released, Quick EQ Activities for Busy Managers and Teams.
Adele’s newest book,
The EQ Interview, Finding Employees with High Emotional Intelligence,
released in May 2008, has been endorsed by Society of Human Resource Management.